Additive Manufacturing Strategies is a focused small show that brings together people working on the cutting edge of 3D printing with those working on the cutting edge of medicine and dentistry. The object of the show is to let practitioners in medicine and dentistry learn how they can implement 3D printing in their field. The previous two events saw many connections made between cutting edge medicine and 3D printing. Now with a new: materials and metal 3D printing track we expect more to occur.
Speakers from the following 3D Printing organizations have agreed to be part of the expert lineup. Trumpf is represented by Franziska Maschowski; GE Additive has Dr. Buna Gemici-Ozkan; Mike Grau from Autodesk is onboard as is Brett Harris from HP and Oleksandra Korotchuk from BASF and Greg Mark of Markforged. Neff Martin from Arburg, Gabi Janssen of DSM, and Jonah Myerberg of Desktop Metal will also be there. You can look at all of the confirmed speakers here.
Additive Manufacturing Strategies is focused and compact and intended to bring together a group of people pioneering new methods and projects in 3D printing for medicine and dentistry. You can learn more here.
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